Netflix's adaptation comes to its dramatic conclusion.
And so it ends. After four seasons which have defied expectations of what a long-form episodic adaptation of a video game series can really be, Netflix's macabre vision of Konami's Castlevania comes to a close in a 10-part epic which does a better job than you might expect of tying up all those loose ends – especially when you consider that it pulls narrative not just from Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse, but Symphony of the Night, Curse of Darkness and several other entries in the long-running lineage.
While season 4 shares some of the same minor shortcomings that occasionally blighted seasons 1, 2 and 3, it also amplifies the good work seen in those same seasons, creating a storyline that makes excellent use of the core components of Konami's property whilst simultaneously weaving a plot that is both dark and engaging in equal measures.
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